Comunidade newspaper, 1975-1979. Part 2: Video interviews

In this video, Comunidade editor and director Domingos Marques talks about the Portuguese-language press in Canada in the 1960s and 1970s; his first work as journalist on Father Alberto Cunha and Fernando Pedrosa's O Jornal Português; his subsequent involvement with João Medeiros and the West End Y.M.C.A.; the creation of the Movimento Comunitário Português and its outcome.
In this video, Comunidade photographer and illustrator Gilberto Prioste talks about how he became involved with the Movimento Comunitário Português and the newspaper; and Comunidade as a vehicle to pursue his passion for photography.
In this video, Comunidade editor and director Domingos Marques talks about the creation of the newspaper and its association with the West End Y.M.C.A.; the expansion of the editorial team and the newspaper's audience; the political context surrounding the community and how it instructed its progressive content; how their proficiency with English set them apart from other community journalists; and how Comunidade became associated with left-wing politics in a conservative context.
In this video, Comunidade photographer and illustrator Gilberto Prioste talks about the technical aspects of publishing a community newspaper in the 1970s; the long hours spent working in the editorial room; the lukewarm reaction of his parents to his involvement in a left-leaning newspaper; on distributing the newspaper on his bicycle.
In this video, Comunidade editor and director Domingos Marques talks about the practical difficulties of publishing a community newspaper like Comunidade in the 1960s and 1970s; on the challenges of getting advertisement in a small Portuguese market; on distributing Comunidade and signing subscribers.
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